GhostSec replaced an ISIS propaganda site on the Dark Web with an ad for Prozac
The ISIS media arm has channeled propaganda through hidden Internet networks
‘Wonder if tomorrow is going to be bad for Wall Street’
‘We will erase you from cyberspace’
‘Twitter advocates the freedom of an individual to express their opinion, ISIS wants to remove that freedom from us’
‘You will be treated like a virus, and we are the cure’
Nobody wants to be their friend
Anonymous claims to have a video of the singer
A couple dozen in Chicago; ’15 strong in Spokane at the moment!’
‘We do not forgive’
‘Do not publish the name of this random citizen’
The group has claimed over 100 attacks since the World Cup began
Investigators are still gathering information on the scope of the cyber campaign, which the authorities believe is continuing.
Brown has been imprisoned for over a year without trial
Hackers claiming links to international activist group Anonymous defaced dozens of websites belonging to Australian businesses and Philippine government agencies on Sunday.
To most in the imperial city, it was business as usual. But not for the rest of us.
The indictment was filed in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, and charges the members with conspiracy to intentionally cause damage to protected computers as part of Anonymous’ “Operation Payback.”
‘I do think eventually we need to enable corporations in this country to be able to fight back’
Hackivists launch attack spree against Western media